A Suspended Ceiling is a secondary ceiling, hung below a main (structural) ceiling. The ceiling is designed using a metal grid system with drop in tiles. Both the grid and tiles are available in varying sizes and colours, to accommodate all requirements. Services such as pipework or wiring can be contained within the void above the suspended ceiling, leaving wall spaces clean and clear.
The Benefits of Suspended Ceilings
Deciding to install a suspended ceiling can be the first step to help enhance the efficiency and aesthetics of your existing workspace. Utilising a suspended ceiling within your premises can bring several benefits to your working environment, completely changing and enhancing the dynamics of an open space. In addition to reducing noise levels, these ceilings can enhance the light within a room, whilst simultaneously lowering utility costs associated with lighting and heating your premises. Noise reduction is achieved through the absorption of excessive noise, reducing background acoustics in typically noisy environments. Thus, suspended ceilings are an excellent feature in learning environments, such as schools, or in busy workplaces.
What’s more, these ceilings lend themselves to improved health and safety in the installed space. They’re resistant to the build-up of condensation, and mould, making them perfect for areas in which there’s a high degree of moisture in the air, such as shower and changing rooms within gyms, or in kitchens and bathrooms. What’s more, they’re fire retardant and compliant with fire safety requirements.
The links on the Home Page will guide you to the various available systems that can be installed, including data sheets and British Standard information for each product. If you have any questions then please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your requirements